Lufthansa Flies Malaysia & Indonesia

  • The Lufthansa A340 plane used for the nonstop Frankfurt to Kuala Lumpur flight.

    The Lufthansa A340 plane used for the nonstop Frankfurt to Kuala Lumpur flight.

  • Lufthansa will increase capacity in Southeast Asia by 27 percent.

    Lufthansa will increase capacity in Southeast Asia by 27 percent.

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The Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur will be linked with Frankfurt for the first time with a nonstop flight operated five times weekly by Lufthansa beginning March 30, 2014. The Airbus A340-600 aircraft used for the flight will then continue to Jakarta, Indonesia with a return flight to its origin via Kuala Lumpur. Cabins will be arranged with eight seats in First Class, 48 seats in the Business Class, and 270 Economy Class seats. This will bring its total number of flights to Asia from Germany to 127 weekly flights and 22 different destinations. Lufthansa also connects Singapore and Bangkok with its hub in Frankfurt and with the upcoming routes will have a capacity growth of 27 percent in Southeast Asia. Partner airlines SWISS and Austrian Airlines also fly from Bangkok to Zurich and Vienna, with SWISS also offering a connection from Singapore to Zurich since May 2013.

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